You have dreams. You have a big project to complete. You have years of unsorted documents and clutter. You have moved to a new city with a new job. You have just recovered from a lengthy illness. You have launched children and now a freer schedule.
The view ahead is hazy and unmotivating, like a cold, rainy day. You want to move forward, but you feel like cement blocks have replaced your shoes.
You say, “If I only knew the next step, how to kick start myself.”
Working with a Life Coach can provide exactly what you need, the Next Step.
- The Next Step toward a healthier lifestyle.
- The Next Step to change careers.
- The Next Step to write your book.
- The Next Step to strengthen your marriage.
- The Next Step to start your own business.
- The Next Step to organize your life.
You are the expert on your life. A Life Coach uses techniques such as active listening, open questions, encouragement, challenges to present thinking, and positive feedback. All these methods are meant to assist you, the client in discovering insights and taking next steps.
3 More Reasons to Engage a Life Coach
- Accountability – “I knew you would ask me if I completed the job application, so I finished it last night,” said one of my clients. Another said, “I promised Gail I would follow-up the interview with a phone call, so I had to do it.” Accountability fuels your commitment to keep moving forward.
- Celebration – Small steps lead to large accomplishments and need to be recognized along the way. Praise and acknowledgement of hard work energizes. Coaches love to join a client’s victory party!
- Companionship – Friends and family can be great supporters. Or not. When you want to make changes, sometimes you need someone outside your inner circle that has an objective perspective (and hasn’t been part of past failures or problems). You can’t wear out your coach with too much self-focus. That is the reason you meet together.
You can make your dreams come true and your projects complete. You can accomplish new goals in your career, relationships, and spiritual life. Engage a Life Coach.
Gail was very good at helping me prioritize and then set a reasonable time limit to each task so that it wasn’t overwhelming. It is also helpful to know that I will be held accountable to accomplish these tasks by our next meeting. I was able to open my own business with Gail’s guidance! Jenny- Missouri